Comment: You're wrong on multiple counts

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You're wrong on multiple counts

1) A person who joined a neighborhood association can deny that they agreed, and in order to enforce it would require aggression and majority rule on whether he signed the contract.

2) A person can change his mind and exit the contract, otherwise contracts to life long indentured service are valid and enforceable.

3) Joining a town and riding on its publicly paved roads is just as much agreement as signing a paper. When you enter the town you're implying consent to the rules on its public spaces.

4) Just because people decide to designate some of their property was open to the public under common rules doesn't mean you can violate those rules. Don't be a free rider and a scoff law unless you want to deal with the avenging arm of justice.